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Month: April 2018


  About Author Nikita kumari  Department of Biotechnology, college of engineering and technology IILM Academy of  Higher Learning, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh-201306, India. Email: [email protected]   ABSTRACT Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an autoimmune disease that causes chronic inflammation of the joints and other areas of the joints. Autoimmune diseases are illnesses that occur when the…

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Types of Clean Room Airlocks in cGMP Facility

Airlocks: Contamination is a major factor in pharmaceutical industries. Control of contamination is a major issue for regulatory authorities in the past decade and many major steps have been implemented in pharmaceuticals in order to curb contamination. GMP Guidelines are continuously revised and new amendments have been implemented one such amendment to control the contamination…

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Scope for Science Graduate & Post Graduate

About Author: Mr. Shoab Malek [email protected] (Certified Quality Auditor) Degree Required:- B.Sc :- Bachelor of Science with subject of Chemistry, Microbiology, Biotechnology & Zoology can work in pharmaceutical, life science, Biologicals & Medical device industry as a Trainee in Production, QC, Micro Or Warehouse Department. Some Clinical Research Organization (CRO) are also hired come B.Sc…

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What is Disinfectants and Mode of Action of Disinfection solution?

What is Disinfectants and Mode of Action of Disinfection solution? What is Disinfectants? According to Webster, disinfect is to cleanse so as to destroy or prevent the growth of disease-carrying microorganisms. Therefore a disinfectant is an agent, such as heat, irradiation or chemical that disinfects by destroying, neutralizing or inhibiting the growth of disease-carrying microorganisms. EPA further defines disinfectants as…

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What is viable and nonviable Particle Count?

What is viable and nonviable Particle Count? Viable and nonviable Particle count Environmental Monitoring (E/M) is a program designed to demonstrate the control of viable (living microorganisms) and non-viable particles in critical areas.  These areas include clean-rooms for drug fill/finish, formulation tank rooms, laminar flow hoods, biological safety hoods, and isolators, glove boxes, molding machines,…

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